Excitingly, it is home to Singapore’s tallest sky observatory deck, an epic urban farm and a 35-metre tall Green Oasis, together hosting over 80,000 plants.
Additionally, the 299-unit new skyscraper houses an array of offices, restaurants and other retail facilities in the heart of the CBD. In fact, 93% of the building has been leased since its opening earlier this year.
For instance, farm-to-table Japanese restaurant Oumi offers Kappo dining on the 51st floor while Singaporeans are obsessed with European Garden Bistro Sol & Luna on the same floor.
Plus, the skyscraper boasts a new flagship for apartments by Citadines Raffles Place. Impressively, the apartments feature facilities such as a gym, cycling path, swimming pool, shared kitchen and more.
Interestingly, the new skyscraper in Singapore is fitted with Wi-Fi 6 technology, giving office workers and the public opportunities to work from anywhere in the compound. Wonderfully, facilities are open to all Singaporeans to explore for free.
In April, Market Street Hawker Centre reopened in the building, with 56 stalls, which adds to visitor experience. With 360-degree views across the CBD, Marina Bay and everything afar…it’s the ultimate all-rounded destination to relax, explore and live. Certainly, this skyscraper is a city within itself in Singapore.